D. Liberzon, Switching in Systems and Control, Birkhauser, Boston, 2003
Plenary lecture, 2nd Indian Control Conference, Hyderabad, India, 2016
Semi-plenary lecture, 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (MTNS), Groningen, the Netherlands, 2014
Semi-plenary lecture, 9th IFAC Symposium on Nonlinear Control Systems (NOLCOS), Toulouse, France, 2013
Semi-plenary lecture, 18th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Blacksburg, VA, 2008
Plenary lecture, American Control Conference, Seattle, WA, 2008
UIUC List of Teachers Ranked Excellent by their Students: Spring 2002 (ECE 528), Fall 2004 (ECE 515), Spring 2005 (ECE 553), Fall 2005 (ECE 586), Spring 2007 (ECE 553), Fall 2007 (ECE 517), Spring 2009 (ECE 528), Fall 2009 (ECE 517), Spring 2010 (ECE 553), Spring 2012 (ECE 515), Fall 2012 (ECE 486 and ECE 517), Spring 2013 (ECE 553), Fall 2013 (ECE 586), Spring 2015 (ECE 528 and ECE 553), Fall 2015 (ECE 517 and ECE 586), Spring 2016 (ECE 486), Fall 2016 (ECE 517 and ECE 553)
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